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3D Octopus Camouflage

October 25, 2017 0

Camouflage is an important aspect for survival for many species in the wild. Take for instance a chameleon which can change its skin colour to blend in with its environment, or an octopus which can […]


How to Become a Published Author in Five Days

January 22, 2017 0

I’ve just finished writing a book in five days alongside seven of my classmates. And it was amazing. I should probably start at the beginning – or, in this case, with the brief that was […]


Britain’s Most WTF Masters Degrees

December 18, 2016 0

Let’s just jump straight into this treasure trove of academic delight. University of Leicester – MA Country House (Art, History and Literature) This course focuses on, funnily enough, the country house. Including modules such as […]


[FROM THE PAPER] United For Education

December 5, 2016 0

The National Union of Students held a national demo in November and The Pulse’s Comment Editor went along. Here’s her account of the day. “My feet are killing me, I am frozen right through to […]



October 27, 2016 0

What do you get when you cross a foolish Politics Editor with Deadline Day, and someone dropping out of the morning’s Breakfast Show? You get me, Joe Young, committing to a 24-hour Pulseathon. 24 hours […]


What have UCLan students got up to this summer? Part 1

September 13, 2016 1

Many students waste away their summer with Netflix and takeaways – but not all of them. Some UCLan students used this summer to do adventurous and interesting things. One Psychology with Psychotherapy and Counselling student […]


H.E White Paper: To TEF or not to TEF?

August 19, 2016 0

Students’ Unions across the country have told the Government to ‘TEF off’ regarding a crucial part of the ‘White Paper.’ Back in November 2015 the ‘Green Paper’ report was published. The aim of this paper […]

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